HARRY KANE admits he will be keeping a close eye on David Marshall as he looks to emulate Patrik Schick's incredible strike against Scotland.

Schick scored from almost 50 yards at Hampden on Monday as Marshall was caught out and the moment of magic would clinch a 2-0 victory for the Czech Republic.

Steve Clarke's side now head to Wembley on Friday evening and, when asked about Schick's headline-grabbing effort, Three Lions skipper Kane said: "To see the keeper off the line is one thing but then to be able to put it in the back of the net is another.

"That will probably the goal of the tournament, that will be a hard one to beat.

"Every now and then I will look for that one. The keepers today like to play as sweepers waiting for that ball in between so if there is a ricochet or an opening I like to try and look for that one.

"You never know we might get another one this tournament."

Kane would fire a blank on matchday one as England got their Group D campaign off to a winning start thanks to Raheem Sterling's strike against Croatia at Wembley.

Gareth Southgate could look to rotate his star-studded side for the Scotland clash and his skipper knows he isn't an automatic pick as England look to make it two wins from two so far this summer.

"You will have to ask Gareth but I never look it at it that way," Kane said when asked if he considered himself a certain starter. "We have great competition for places.

"Dominic has come in and done great. For me it is about training how I train every day try and be the best and try and improve every day and when I play try and give my best for the team.

"I think that is what everyone is doing at the moment. I am sure there will be rotation among all the players in this tournament and everyone is waiting for the chance to try and make an impact."